VIDEO: Wonder Goal: On This Day - May 14 2002: Zinedine Zidane scorcher seals Champions League for Real Madrid in Hampden Park final

Zinedine Zidane scored one of the finest goals Hampden Park has ever seen


Ted Dexter (cricket) - former England Test captain, born 1935.

Ronald and Frank De Boer (soccer) - twin brothers and former Holland internationals. Both played for Rangers, Barcelona and Ajax, born 1970.

Mark Kennedy (soccer) - former Liverpool, Wolves and Republic of Ireland midfielder, now a coach, born 1976.

Edu (soccer) - former Arsenal and Brazil midfielder, born 1978.

Patrice Evra (soccer) - Former Manchester United, Juventus, West Ham and France defender, born 1981.

Paul Konchesky (soccer) - widely-travelled ex-England international defender, born 1981.

Zara Tindall (equestrian) - daughter of Princess Royal who won a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics for eventing, born 1981.

Veronica Campbell-Brown (athletics) - Jamaican two-time Olympic 200 metres champion, born 1982.

Andy Murray (tennis) - Former world number one and three-time grand slam winner, born 1987.

Ousmane Dembele (soccer) - Barcelona and France forward, born 1997.


1862: The first baseball stadium was opened at the Union Grounds, Brooklyn, New York.

1929: England lost their first international football match outside the British Isles when they were defeated 4-3 by Spain in Madrid.

1963: Tottenham became the first British winners of a European trophy when they beat Atletico Madrid 5-1 in Rotterdam to take the European Cup Winners' Cup.

1986: Italian Formula One driver Elio De Angelis died in a Marseille hospital the day after a crash while testing his Brabham at the Paul Ricard circuit in France.

2002: Zinedine Zidane scored one of the finest goals Hampden Park has ever seen, netting with a 20-yard left-foot volley into the top corner to crown Real Madrid European champions for a record ninth time when they beat Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 in the Champions League final.



2003: Culture secretary Tessa Jowell confirmed London was to bid for the 2012 Olympic Games.

2004: Arsenal completed the Premier League season unbeaten.

2010: Swansea striker Besian Idrizaj died in his sleep at the age of 22 of a suspected heart attack.

2013: A stoppage-time header by Branislav Ivanovic saw Chelsea win the Europa League with a 2-1 victory over Benfica in Amsterdam.

2015: England suspended centre Manu Tuilagi after he pleaded guilty to assaulting two female police officers.

2016: Manchester United's Premier League game against Bournemouth was called off and Old Trafford evacuated after the discovery of a suspicious device, later revealed to be a fake bomb left behind after a training exercise.

2016: Max Verstappen won the Spanish Grand Prix, becoming Formula One's youngest race winner on his debut for Red Bull.

2017: John Terry scored for a 17th successive Premier League season as champions Chelsea beat Watford 4-3 courtesy of Cesc Fabregas' late strike.

2018: Former Aston Villa and Bolton defender Jlloyd Samuel died in a car crash.


1 Roger Federer won his first grand slam title at which tournament in 2003?

2 The Nuggets are an NBA team based in which US city?

3 Tiger Roll won this year's Grand National. Who was the rider?

4 England cricketer Liam Livingstone represents which county cricket side?

5 Who won the Champions League in 2016?


Today (Wednesday, May 15)

SOCCER: Sky Bet Championship play-off, Leeds v Derby - Sky Sports Main Event 1930; Coppa Italia final, Atalanta v Lazio - BT Sport 1 1930.

CYCLING: Giro d'Italia, stage five - Eurosport 1 1245 & S4C 1400; Tour of California, stage four - Eurosport 1 2200.

HORSE RACING: Live racing from York - ITV4 1330.

BASKETBALL: NBA play-off, Milwaukee Bucks v Toronto Raptors - Sky Sports Main Event 0130 (Thu).

BASEBALL: MLB, Arizona Diamondbacks v Pittsburgh Pirates - BT Sport/ESPN 2000, Atlanta Braves v St Louis Cardinals - BT Sport/ESPN 0000 (Thu).

TAEKWONDO: World Taekwondo Championships - BT Sport/ESPN 1900.

Tomorrow (Thursday, May 16)

GOLF: US PGA Championship, day one - Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Golf 1300.

CYCLING: Giro d'Italia, stage six - Eurosport 1 1200 & S4C 1400; Tour of California, stage five - Eurosport 1 2200.

SOCCER: Sky Bet League One play-off, Portsmouth v Sunderland - Sky Sports Main Event 1930.

HORSE RACING: Live racing from York - ITV4 1330.

TENNIS: WTA, Italian Open - BT Sport 1 1000.

DARTS: Premier League, round 15 from Leeds - Sky Sports Action 1900.

RUGBY LEAGUE: Super League, Leeds v Castleford - Sky Sports Arena 1900.

BASKETBALL: NBA play-off, Golden State Warriors v Portland Trail Blazers - Sky Sports Main Event 0200 (Fri).

BASEBALL: MLB, Philadelphia Phillies v Milwaukee Brewers - BT Sport/ESPN 1800, Cincinnati Reds v Chicago Cubs - BT Sport/ESPN 2330.

TAEKWONDO: World Taekwondo Championships - BT Sport/ESPN 1800.

Answers to quiz: 1. Wimbledon; 2 Denver; 3. Davy Russel; 4. Lancashire; 5. Real Madrid.

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